A U.K. official said more than 200 children and teenagers under 18 were missing from government-approved accommodation. A newspaper reported dozens were abducted outside a hotel and bundled into cars.
Routines of Istanbul winter life — from visits to traditional public baths to hot drinks — are getting hard for many to afford amid Turkey's economic crisis.
A string of resignations, dismissals and reassignments shook Ukraine's government, as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and other leaders of the government confirmed the shake-up.
The Biden administration is encouraging ordinary U.S. citizens to help resettle refugees, via the newly launched sponsorship program Welcome Corps in partnership with non-profit organizations.
The world is closer to catastrophe than it ever has been, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists said on Tuesday. The group's experts called out Russia's invasion of Ukraine and other threats.
Her 83rd victory in Italy on Tuesday leaves only one athlete ahead of Shiffrin: Ingemar Stenmark. The legendary Swedish skier has said he thinks Shiffrin will win more than 100 races.
U.S. authorities announced that the fresco depicting Hercules and dozens of other trafficked objects, which ended up in private collections in the United States, would go back to Italy.
Casablanca is more than just a love story. It is a film about, and stocked with, the waves of refugees fleeing Nazi-occupied Europe during wartime.
This weekend, celebrations across the world kicked off the Lunar New Year. Family gatherings, food, parades and performances ushered in the year of the rabbit.